Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Intermountain West, USA
I don't know about that brand in particular, but most of my tack is unmarked (no brand or maker) and/or handmade. Generally I inspect the leather and determine myself whether or not it is good quality.
Though brands are nice for having an idea of craftsmanship, there are always bad pieces in good brands and good pieces in lower-quality brands. Really it comes down to the individual piece. I have a used and somewhat worn English snaffle bridle that I got from a friend which some parts of it were very nice leather, where others were not so much. Strangely enough, it was all the original bridle, no interchanged parts.
What you want to look for of course is strong, soft leather that is supple and does not show tenancy to crack or split. Also keep a close eye on dark leather. I don't mean avoid it (I personally prefer very dark leather) but often dark dye can be used to make mistakes and imperfections less noticeable or even cover them up. When purchasing dark shades, take a close look beyond the obvious.